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*  Equine lymphangitis
... microbial culture and sensitivity testing should be performed, so the most efficacious antibiotic can be chosen. However, ... Aspiration of a fluid sample for microbial culture is worth trying, but is often unrewarding. The mainstays of treatment are ... OIE Manual of Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines for Terrestrial Animals 2004 Chapter 2.5.13, [1] . RR Pascoe, DC Knottenbelt, ...
*  List of MeSH codes (E05)
... limulus test MeSH E05.200.875.220 --- colony count, microbial MeSH E05.200.875.595 --- microbial sensitivity tests MeSH E05.200 ... microbial sensitivity tests MeSH E05.337.550.400.800 --- serum bactericidal test MeSH E05.337.550.600 --- parasitic sensitivity ... sensitivity and specificity MeSH E05.318.780.800.650 --- predictive value of tests MeSH E05.318.780.800.750 --- roc curve MeSH ... neutralization tests MeSH E05.196.922.750 --- potentiometry MeSH E05.196.922.875 --- skin test end-point titration MeSH E05.196 ...
*  University of the Philippines Los Baños College of Veterinary Medicine
... water microbial analysis, blood parasite examination, antibiotic sensitivity test and the like; (3) Experimental Animal Farm ...
*  Helicobacter pylori
... a urine ELISA test with a 96% sensitivity and 79% specificity is available. None of the test methods is completely failsafe. ... combined with either a rapid urease test or microbial culture. H. pylori is a major cause of certain diseases of the upper ... One can test noninvasively for H. pylori infection with a blood antibody test, stool antigen test, or with the carbon urea ... Blood antibody tests, for example, range from 76% to 84% sensitivity. Some drugs can affect H. pylori urease activity and give ...
*  List of MeSH codes (G01)
... parasitic sensitivity tests MeSH G01.273.738 --- photobiology MeSH G01.273.789 --- radiobiology MeSH G01.273.866 --- ... microbial MeSH G01.273.540.460 --- industrial microbiology MeSH G01.273.540.553 --- mycology MeSH G01.273.540.859 --- virology ... microbial MeSH G01.273.343.335 --- genetics, population MeSH G01.273.343.350 --- genomics MeSH G01.273.343.350.700 --- ...
*  Rapid strep test
Microbial culture from a throat swab is a reliable and affordable alternative to an RST which has high sensitivity and ... The sensitivity of lateral flow RSTs is somewhat lower at 65% to 80%. Therefore, a negative result from such a test cannot be ... The rapid strep test (RST) is a rapid antigen detection test (RADT) that is widely used in clinics to assist in the diagnosis ... Screening (medicine) Diagnostic test Mersch, John (20 February 2015). "Rapid strep test". MedicineNet.com. Retrieved 4 November ...
*  List of MeSH codes (H01)
... parasitic sensitivity tests MeSH H01.158.273.738 --- photobiology MeSH H01.158.273.789 --- radiobiology MeSH H01.158.273.943 ... microbial MeSH H01.158.273.343.335 --- genetics, population MeSH H01.158.273.343.350 --- genomics MeSH H01.158.273.343.350.700 ... predictive value of tests MeSH H01.548.832.672.617 --- proportional hazards models MeSH H01.548.832.672.734 --- risk MeSH ... hardness tests MeSH H01.671.368 --- health physics MeSH H01.671.469 --- lubrication MeSH H01.671.493 --- magnetics MeSH H01.671 ...
*  Microtox bioassay
This sensitive and rapid testing analyser has the ability to detect microbial contamination, as well as more than 2,700 ... The sensitivity of the reagent may become altered after the recommended time period. Microtox Osmotic Adjustment Solution (MOAS ... There are five major Microtox tests including the Basic Test, the 100% Test, the Solid Phase Test, the Comparison Test, and the ... Of these five tests, three are used for sediment and soil testing including the Basic Test, the 100% Test and the Solid-Phase ...
*  Fluorochromasia
... in vitro chemo sensitivity testing of tumors, and fluorochrome intercellular translocation. The number of scientific articles ... "Applicability of the fluorescein diacetate method of detecting active bacteria in freshwater." Microbial Ecology 10.2 (1984): ... Eugene A. Woltering, Tumor Chemosensitivity Testing An Evolving Technique. Lab Medicine 21, 82-84, 1990.. ... Fluorochromasia has many applications including histocompatibility testing, measurement of cytotoxic antibodies, ...
*  Quaternium-15
Allergic sensitivity to quaternium-15 can be detected using a patch test. It is the single most often found cause of allergic ... It is an anti-microbial agent by virtue of being a formaldehyde releaser, however this can also cause contact dermatitis, a ... The American Cancer Society states that although quaternium-15 releases formaldehyde, a known carcinogen in laboratory test ... Patch-test results of the North American Contact Dermatitis Group 2005-2006. Dermatitis. 2009 May-Jun;20(3):149-60. " ...
*  Sepsis
The same review found the sensitivity of the test to be 77% and the specificity to be 79%. The authors suggested that ... Upon detection of microbial antigens, the host systemic immune system is activated. Immune cells not only recognize PAMP, but ... Neither ACTH stimulation testing nor random cortisol levels are recommended to confirm the diagnosis. The method of stopping ... There are a number of microbial factors that may cause the typical septic inflammatory cascade. An invading pathogen is ...
*  PICRUSt
Additional tests examined sensitivity to errors in phylogenetic inference, lack of genomic data, and the accuracy of the ... The tool serves in the field of metagenomic analysis where it allows inference of the functional profile of a microbial ... Langille et al tested the accuracy of this genome prediction step using leave-one-out cross validation on the input set of ... Test datasets included human microbiome samples from the Human Microbiome Project, soil samples, diverse mammalian samples, and ...
*  Bacteriocin
... s[which?] were tested as AIDS drugs around 1990, but did not progress beyond in-vitro tests on cell lines. ... There are many ways to demonstrate bacteriocin production, depending on the sensitivity and labor intensiveness desired. To ... 93: 1040-2. Gratia JP (October 2000). "André Gratia: a forerunner in microbial and viral genetics". Genetics. 156 (2): 471-6. ... Applications of bacteriocins are being tested to assess their application as narrow-spectrum antibiotics. Bacteriocins were ...
*  Halostagnicola larsenii
Antibiotic sensitivity and resistance was determined using the agar diffusion test in which paper discs saturated with ... "Simplified protocols for the preparation of genomic DNA from bacterial cultures." Molecular microbial ecology manual 1.1 (1999 ... Tests revealed this organism is oxidase positive and catalase negative. Halostagnicola larsenii is a halophilic, neutrophilic, ... Growth substrates were determined through the use of the isolation medium, which contained the substrate being tested along ...
*  List of ASTM International standards
Testing G86 Standard Test Method for Determining Ignition Sensitivity of Materials to Mechanical Impact in Ambient Liquid ... G158 Standard Guide for Three Methods of Assessing Buried Steel Tanks G160 Standard Practice for Evaluating Microbial ... Pin Test) of Copper and Copper-Alloy Pipe and Tubing B154-05 Standard Test Method for Mercurous Nitrate Test for Copper Alloys ... G76 Standard Test Method for Conducting Erosion Tests by Solid Particle Impingement Using Gas Jets G77 Standard Test Method for ...
*  Modern Mars habitability
Microbial fuel cells, test for redox reactions directly by measuring electrons and protons they liberate. Sensitive to small ... Detection sensitivities are at levels of 100 parts per trillion, improved to 10 parts per trillion or better by averaging ... Others are exposed to vacuum, e.g. to test panspermia hypotheses. Test samples include bacteria and biofilms, cyanobactera, ... Microbial life from depths of kilometers below the surface on the Earth that rely on geochemical energy sources - relying on ...
*  Polyphenol
... sensitivity and specificity or efficacy; and 3) invalid applications of high, unphysiological test concentrations in the in ... Prevention of microbial infections (phytoalexins). Signaling molecules in ripening and other growth processes. The most ... Other tests measure the antioxidant capacity of a fraction. Some make use of the ABTS radical cation which is reactive towards ... Some tests are relatively specific to polyphenols (for instance the Porter's assay). Total phenols (or antioxidant effect) can ...
*  Oleandrin
This test is slower and has a lower sensitivity than digoxin immunoassay (Digoxin III). A direct analytic technique like liquid ... Enzyme and Microbial Technology. 41 (3): 331-66. doi:10.1016/j.enzmictec.2007.02.015. Timbrell, J. A. (2009). Principles of ... However, there are no results from clinical testing on humans that support any use as a cancer treatment. Symptoms of oleandrin ...
*  TNT
Some military testing grounds are contaminated with TNT. Wastewater from munitions programs including contamination of surface ... Exudation of impurities leads to formation of pores and cracks (which in turn cause increased shock sensitivity). Migration of ... doi:10.1016/S0040-6031(01)00801-2. Hawari J, Beaudet S, Halasz A, Thiboutot S, Ampleman G (2000). "Microbial degradation of ... This includes wholly abiotic reactants, like photons, hydrogen sulfide, Fe2+, or microbial communities, both oxic and anoxic. ...
*  Pollution-induced community tolerance
Functional Testing of Aquatic Biota for Estimating Hazards of Chemicals". American Society for Testing and Materials. STP. 988 ... "An in Situ Respirometric Technique to Measure Pollution-Induced Microbial Community Tolerance in Soils Contaminated with 2,4,6- ... of algal communities to photosystem II-herbicide exposure using pollution-induced community tolerance and species-sensitivity ... Co tolerance is the ability of an organism to develop a tolerance to a certain toxicant in short term tests, and obtain that ...
*  Monolithic HPLC column
... advanced forensic testing in criminal trials, better environmental monitoring, and faster returns on medical tests. In the ... The sensitivity of multidimensional LC is therefore 2000 times greater than that of conventional HPLC. The liquid ... His group studied gut microbial metabolic profiles and were able to see distinct differences in reactions to drug toxicity and ... It is used in conjunction with online databases for rapid analysis of compounds in tests for blood alcohol, cause of death, ...
*  Haladaptatus paucihalophilus
Testing was done for Gram stain, carbon source, acid production, growth at minimal salt concentration, and antibiotic ... the integrated microbial genomes database and comparative analysis system. Retrieved 26 April 2016. Sleator, Roy D; Hill, Colin ... sensitivity. Also, PCR was performed with the primers A1F and UA1406R. H. paucihalophilus was named for its ability to grow in ...
*  Tree health
The influence of temperature on microbial diversity in wounds in white and black spruces was investigated by Dumas and ... In the US, protocols for tree management prior to, during and after construction activities are well established, tested and ... have long recognised the sensitivity of tree health to construction activities. The effects are important because they can ...
*  Biosensor
... high selectivity and high sensitivity for the analyte being studied. Compared to the usual radiology imaging tests biosensors ... "Microbial corrosion monitoring by an amperometric microbial biosensor developed using whole cell of Pseudomonas sp". Biosensors ... An application of a POCT biosensor can be for the testing of HIV in areas where it is difficult for patients to be tested. A ... used IRIS to yield a label-free sensitivity of approximately 19 ng/mL. Ahn et al. improved the sensitivity of IRIS through a ...
*  Bad breath
Home tests that use a chemical reaction to test for the presence of polyamines and sulfur compounds on tongue swabs are now ... This part of the tongue is relatively dry and poorly cleansed, and the convoluted microbial structure of the tongue dorsum ... This analog machine loses sensitivity over time and requires periodic recalibration to remain accurate. Gas chromatography: ... BANA test: this test is directed to find the salivary levels of an enzyme indicating the presence of certain halitosis-related ...
*  Ammonia
Despite this, several tests have been done. In 1981, a Canadian company converted a 1981 Chevrolet Impala to operate using ... Anhydrous ammonia is currently used commercially to reduce or eliminate microbial contamination of beef. Lean finely textured ... the type of detector is chosen according to the sensitivity required (e.g. semiconductor, catalytic, electrochemical). ... Ammoniacal nitrogen (NH3-N) is a measure commonly used for testing the quantity of ammonium ions, derived naturally from ...